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A liquor licence is required to sell alcohol in most situations, however there are some circumstances when a licence is not needed.
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This licence allows the sale and consumption of alcohol on a premises that holds up to 100 patrons without gaming machines or takeaway alcohol.
A special drink-on-premises authorisation for small-scale producers of beer, cider and spirits is currently being trialled.
This licence allows the sale of alcohol at your establishment where another product or service is the primary purpose of your business.
A liquor licence isn’t required for a BYO restaurant however there are other responsibilities and trading provisions to be adhered to.
This licence allows registered clubs to sell alcohol to members and their guests for consumption on and off the premises.
This licence has broad permissions including the sale and consumption of alcohol on the premises, gaming, takeaway alcohol, function opportunities and more.
This licence allows wholesalers to sell alcohol wholesale to businesses with a liquor licence and allows producers to sell alcohol to other licensees and through events like tastings.
This licence allows you to sell alcohol that will be consumed away from the licensed premises like bottle shops and online businesses.
Two licences are available to surf clubs and depending on your business model you will either require a Limited licence multi-function or an On-premises licence.
This licence is for infrequent events that have a direct and significant social or economic benefit to the community at a regional, state, or national level.
This licence allows organisations and businesses from a specific industry to sell or supply alcohol for takeaway or for consumption at a trade fair or exhibition.
This licence allows a not-for-profit, sports club, or community group to sell alcohol for consumption during a single event.
This licence is a type of hotel licence that allows the sale and consumption of alcohol on the premises but without gaming machines or takeaway alcohol.
This licence allows a not-for-profit, sports club, or community group to sell alcohol for consumption at up to 52 events a year.
Not for profit organisations may be eligible to sell liquor at up to six fundraising functions annually without a liquor licence.
The introduction of the pop-up licence is intended to support established industry, entrepreneurs, creatives and other businesses to operate small-scale pop-up bars and events, such as pop-up restaurants and pop-up arts shows.